Helping you find the right type of tree saplings, hedging plants & shrubs for your outside space & ordering the quantity that you need.

All our tree seedlings & plants have been categorised into collections. Simply click on one of the collections (just above) to find the tree saplings, hedging plants or shrubs, gifts, favours or protection tubes that you would like to order for your garden or outside project.

Alternatively please search or navigate via the menu (top left or top) or use the "search" box above at the very top.

Once you've selected the saplings or plants that you'd like to order, please choose the pack size (number of tree saplings / plants) under "Select Pack Size"

Most of our tree saplings, hedging plants and shrubs come in different pack sizes - from 1 x (one sapling/plant) to 4 x (four saplings / plants) to 8 x (eight saplings / plants) to 15 x (fifteen) 30 x (thirty) and so on...

You can easily amend / delete both quantities / items in your cart (basket icon - top right)

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Delivering trees & hedging plants across the UK since 2003!

Trees By Post are the leading supplier of UK native trees for sale. Our trees are ideal for planting anywhere in the UK.

Trees By Post specialise in young container grown tree saplings of about 1-2 years old approximately 30-50cm high for native broadleaf deciduous trees and 10-20cm for Evergreens and Conifers. This is the perfect stage for planting outside allowing for the quickest growth rates. Our trees are container grown in Rootrainers so they can be planted at anytime of the year.

Our trees are delivered to you with their full root system already established and intact so will be unaffected by planting. We will despatch your order as soon as possible so there is every chance that your trees may arrive within a few days of placing an order so you could be planting next weekend! For small orders - up to 8 tree saplings or plants we send by Royal Mail post and for larger orders (over 8 tree saplings / plants) we send by Fedex / DPD couriers on a next day basis with full order tracking.

All our trees are guaranteed to be of the highest quality available anywhere in the UK.

Hawthorn Hedging

Looking to plant a Wildlife Garden Hedge? Plant a Hawthorn Hedging Hedgerow !

Hawthorn, also known as Crataegus monogyna (Latin name), is a popular choice for garden hedging due to its attractive features and benefits.

Hawthorn hedges are popular in the United Kingdom. They are known for their thick, dense leaves, delicate flowers, and fast growth. Hawthorn is one of the UK’s most popular deciduous hedging plants, thanks to its fragrant white blossoms around May time and rich red berries in the autumn. It’s not just a beautiful addition to gardens, but it also provides food and shelter for birds and mammals throughout the year.

Many gardeners appreciate the hawthorn’s ornamental charms and its value to wildlife, making it a popular choice for hedging.

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New Year - New Mixed Hedge, New Wildlife !

New Year - New Mixed Hedge, New Wildlife !

Native mixed hedging and wildlife hedging are important aspects of the UK's ecosystem.

Native mixed hedging involves the use of a variety of native shrubs and trees that have adapted to the UK environment over thousands of years. These hedging plants include HawthornField MapleHazelHornbeam, YewBeech, and Box.

Wildlife hedging in the UK aims to create a habitat that supports a diverse range of flora and fauna. Hedges provide shelter, protection, and food sources for wildlife, particularly nesting birds and hibernating insects. They allow wildlife to move between gardens and other spaces such as fields, woodlands and other gardens, and provide feeding and breeding opportunities.

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Problems with Bare root hedging plants and saplings

Problems with Bare root hedging plants and saplings

Bare root saplings are trees and shrubs that have been lifted from the ground and have most of their soil removed from their roots. They are usually cheaper and easier to transport than container-grown, cell grown trees or rootballed hedging plants, but they also have some potential problems that can affect their establishment and survival. Some of the common problems with bare root saplings are:

- Poor root systems: Bare root saplings may have lost a significant amount of their roots when they were dug up, which can reduce their ability to absorb water and nutrients from the soil. They need regular watering and weed control to help them grow new roots and survive.

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